Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Hints...

Jonquils (aka Daffodils to us more Northern folks) sent by a friend from a place where Spring sounds to be making a bit more headway.

;-)

Thanks J. for this peak at what's to come. Spring will arrive and it'll be more beautiful than we remember. Can there be anything sweeter than unexpected flowers from far away?

9 comments:

bobbie said...

It is such a thrill to receive them! And daffodils are the happiest of flowers.

Cathy said...

I can smell their subtle honey! I swear!

Oh Spring!

dguzman said...

Oh, I didn't know that daffodils and jonquils were the same thing, and I'm originally a more southern folk. I learn something new every time I visit your blog!

Mary said...

I didn't know it, either. Always Daffodils!

Lynne said...

Daffydils at our house. And I think they smell like honey too.

Susan Gets Native said...

Or if you are British, "Daffy-Don-Dillies" Or something like that.

I can't even FIND my daffodils. Too much &*%$^* snow.

*grumpy*

Jane Marie said...

I love their fresh yellow color. But I'm with Susan and trying not to be "grumpy" but it's hard when I can't even take a walk in the back yard yet.

KGMom said...

That splash of yellow is just what I need here on a sometime sunny but VERY COLD winter's day.
California dreaming. . .on such a winter's day.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Pretty pretty! We got our first bunch in the house today and they are beginning to open.

We live where huge fields of first daffodils, then tulips, and finally iris are grown and bloom. Makes for an incredible March - May!!!